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Tech Talk - Creating Machines That Can See

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is characterised by the role technologies play in blurring the lines between physical, digital and biological spheres. 

Our Tech Talk series explores emerging technology breakthroughs. Join us to discover more about emerging technology and how it could impact or disrupt our lives.

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    Coriander, Shaw Foundation Alumni House
    21 Aug 2019
    7.30pm - 9.00pm
    NUS Alumni Relations
    Ms Gabriella Nyam
    6516 5771

    Event Details

    Creating Machines That Can See

    Computer vision is a prominent subset of artificial intelligence that deals with the science of making machines see, enabling them to analyse, understand and make sense of the unstructured data from images and video footages.
    Today, their usage extends widely in various sectors, including identifying fouls in a football matches, isolating defective products in manufacturing lines and recognising criminal behaviour in surveillance cameras.
    If you are curious to know more about this technology’s untapped potentials and its impact to workforce and society, this talk is for you. The speaker will also discuss case studies and demonstrate how these machines work.

    Speaker: Dr Tian Jing, Lecturer & Consultant, Artificial Intelligence Practice, Institute of Systems Sciences, NUS 

    Dr Tian Jing has more than 15 years of research and development experience in the focus of computer vision and artificial intelligence in areas of smart nation, safety and security, healthcare. 

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